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It’s hard to say which is a bigger draw: The magical solarium or the self-contained third-floor apartment.
The Era of the Micro Wedding Is Coming
Four Challenges Small Fitness Businesses Face in Surviving COVID-19
The industry is learning to adapt, but will it be enough for some?
Either-Or: An Antique Marblehead Saltbox vs. a Sleek South Boston Duplex
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
The Interview: Chris Cooper
Boston’s most talented and unassuming Academy Award–winning actor is also the ultimate…well, you just have to meet him.
How to Move Apartments in Boston in the Midst of a Pandemic
From how to get out of your current digs to how to look for a new place, here are your most pressing apartment questions answered.
Here Are the 2020 James Beard Award Nominees from Boston and New England
During a very difficult time for the industry, several local restaurants get a spot of good news.
On the Market: A Radiant Haven in Hingham
Ample office space and a dreamy sunroom make up this midcentury modern single-family.
Heroes at Work; an “Enemy” Outside. What It’s like to Be a Healthcare Worker Right Now
From a distance, Boston’s healthcare workers are treated like superheroes. Up close, it’s often a different story.
Eight Ways to Celebrate a Socially-Distanced Mother’s Day in Boston
There’s truly no time like now to show the special women in your life how much you care.
Where to Find Free Mental Health Resources around Boston
Help is out there.
On the Market: A Glitzy and Airy Back Bay Brownstone
Complete with a wood-burning fireplace and broad balcony with skyline vistas.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
Make the Most of Your New Obsessive Running Habit
Your entire body needs to be strong, not just your legs.
Brace for Bigger Numbers of Official Massachusetts COVID-19 Cases
A new effort is underway to more accurately count the state’s cases.
On the Market: A Newton Residence with a Musical Entryway
A custom-built organ resides in the foyer, with its pipes stretching up to the second floor.
A BU Student Is Suing the University for a Refund
“The value of any degree issued on the basis of online or pass/fail classes will be diminished for the rest their lives,” the complaint states.